“Meeting this 100th milestone is particularly significant because it comes in the wake of our national organization’
Making a visible difference in Loudoun County is LCAC’s theme and members are regularly seen working in the community. The ladies in red, as they’re often referred, were instrumental in registering over 1,600 new voters in the area; raising $5,000 to support breast cancer research, ranking it among the top 10 non-profit fund-raisers for the Washington, D. C. Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure; establishing Delta Academy, a program for middle school girls aimed at strengthening their self esteem and building interests in science, technology, engineering and math; hosting an annual event designed to build opportunities and leadership skills for young African American males; and raising over $25,000 to support Loudoun County community programs.
Complete information about LCAC’s programs and activities is available on the chapter’s website: www.lcacdst.org.
Loudoun County Alumnae Chapter is among 980 chapters of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., a private, non-profit public service organization with over 200,000 members worldwide. LCAC has over 100 college educated women who are registered voters and actively engaged in Loudoun County using the national organization’